Lush

Lush
Fonda Theater
Hollywood
By Lucky
Photography by Alex Kinnan

My love affair with the band Lush steams back to the early nineties when I regularly haunted the Sunset Strip. I pretty much had free reign back in those days, bouncing from club to club as they all had an open door policy when it came to the Luckster. Being a DJ at The Rainbow Bar and Grill and a semi regular performing musician, I was entitled membership in the who’s who of Hollywood and thus just came and went as I chose.

Scumbag

Interview with Mars Roberge

By Christopher Duda

Photography by Amelia Burns

www.scumbag-movie.com

scum·bag

noun: scumbag; plural noun: scumbags

  1. a contemptible or objectionable person.

Scumbag is the first feature narrative by Toronto born/LA based director Mars Roberge (The Little House That Could). The story takes place circa 1990s, and is about a boy who gets a job, but realizes it is going to cost him his life. There’s also a great musical soundtrack, with tunes by OFF!, Cyclops 7666, The Midnight Six, Tulips for Tina, En Esch, Red Road Warriors, D.H. Peligro, Slick Idiot, Neon Music, DJ Keoki, and many others.

Two Saints

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RETURN OF THE SUN
By Thomaxe

Boston Underground Rock Gods are back with a brand new 7 tracks EP, and -if you don’t already have it- I am giving you whatever time it will take for you to read these lines to open up a second window and place your order…

Black Bombers & The Sweet Things

BLACK BOMBERS & THE SWEET THINGS by Flash S. Metal

Kim and The Created

Kim and The Created at The Troubadour, let’s go crazy!
Words and Photography by Mila Reynaud

I’m back to see Kim and the Created one more time, because I didn’t get enough at Deserted at the Palms!!  I think it’s my fifth time seeing this band and it gets better and better with each performance. Another reason to see this band again was because this was their homecoming gig, ending their National Tour and I heard that It will be crazy!! And I got what I wanted, it was Raw! Raw Power! Beer shower included!

Bang! The Bert Berns Story!

bang_post-1Bang! The Bert Berns Story!
Directed by Brett Berns & Bob Sarles
Don’t Knock The Rock Film Festival
The Silent Movie Theater
Los Angeles, CA
August 4th 2016
By Victoria Joyce

“White Soul Brother” is what they called him. Bert Berns wrote and produced “Twist and Shout” for the Isley Brothers that was later covered by The Beatles. It was their biggest hit. He did 50 more. And the “they” mentioned in the first sentence is a Christmas list of rock legends.